Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has fiercely criticised the Prime Minister’s social care policy whilst speaking to carers and NHS workers at Barlow Medical Centre in Didsbury this morning.
The time has come for safe standing at football matches, according to Liberal Democrats councillor John Leech.
Mr Leech, who now represents Didsbury West as a councillor on Manchester City Council, is raising a Liberal Democrat big tent in the hopes of uniting all pro-European Mancunians to mobilise for a general election challenge to Brexit.
‘We have a massive part to play’: Lib Dem leader Farron says Manchester has ‘crucial’ role in EU Referendum vote
Liberal Democrats leader Tim Farron has told MM that Manchester has a huge part to play in the European Union, saying the city’s boundaries go ‘beyond our United Kingdom’.
‘This is not North Korea’: Tim Farron says Manchester Lib Dems must provide ‘serious’ alternative to Labour Party
Tim Farron has said that ‘it stinks’ that Manchester is ruled by the Labour Party, and likened the ‘one-party state’ to North Korea.
A new tumblr has got the whole world seeing red, re-imaging all your favourite celebrities with ginger hair, eyebrows and even freckles so here at MM we decided to give some of Manchester’s parliamentary candidates our own (incredibly amateur) makeover.
Flying under the radar in MM’s own backyard are a number of remarkable stories, one of which revolves around a man called Jeff Smith.
According to Drink Wise, Manchester and Salford are the ‘binge drinking capitals of the North West’ and their survey has found that nine out of ten people in the region want the government to do more to protect young people from alcohol
We do not see the Aviva Premiership or Pro12 rugby come to a halt while the Six Nations is going on, when huge clubs lose a decent portion of their strongest and most expensive players, so the Premier League can follow suit in 2022.
Manchester MP John Leech is urging people to sign a petition to make CCTV mandatory in all slaughterhouses, as signatures approach the 100,000 mark.
Mr Leech is currently co-ordinating a ‘Community Right to Bid Application’ with hopes that he can save the swimming facilities from closure.